Ms. Berntson Looks Back on Her First Year at ASW

By Annabell Werner Last August, the multifaceted Ms. Laura Berntson joined the ASW community. She is not only the Vice Principal for high school, but also a mother and coach. Ms. Berntson started her teaching career 18 years ago as a social studies teacher, specializing in Economics and Psychology. Since then she has worked in Minnesota, Kuwait, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and currently here in Warsaw. … Continue reading Ms. Berntson Looks Back on Her First Year at ASW

Ms. McGuire Headed Home to Canada

by Fiona Haze The Middle School Associate Principal Ms. McGuire, who has worked at ASW for 8 years is, leaving for Montreal, Canada. According to Ms. McGuire, “ASW has been like a family – my children and I have felt at home here and made lifelong friendships.” She also says that she will always remember Living History Day in 8th grade, the school-wide UN Day … Continue reading Ms. McGuire Headed Home to Canada

Faces of ASW: Mr. Beach Edition

By Jeong Bin Lee Mr. Beach, ASW’s new IBDP Coordinator this year,may be a master of IB requirements, but he also holds a secret wealth of culinary experience.   Mr. Beach started his extensive teaching career in Thailand and since then he has explored and taught in Germany, South Korea, Spain and, at last, here in Poland. When Mr. Beach was asked about the main … Continue reading Faces of ASW: Mr. Beach Edition

Mr. Weeks Heading Back to the U.S.

By Haruka Shimizu and Louisa Wetzel With the school year nearing a close, several teachers and many students have decided to open the next chapter of their future careers and lives. Warrior News interviewed one of the departing teachers, grade 9 and 10 English teacher Mr. Weeks. “I have been here for 2 years and have made very fond memories throughout my time at ASW,” … Continue reading Mr. Weeks Heading Back to the U.S.

Faces of ASW: In the Cafeteria

by Alex Cysarz and Michał Korczewski As you walk down the hallways of the school, you begin to realise that there are a lot of people that you don’t know much about. Usually it is just your fellow classmates and your own teachers that you know something about; however, there are people you see on a daily basis that most of us don’t know much about. … Continue reading Faces of ASW: In the Cafeteria